German actresses who deceased at age 75

Here are 3 famous actresses from Germany died at 75:

Loni Nest

Loni Nest (August 4, 1915 Berlin-October 2, 1990 Nice) a.k.a. Eleonore Nest, Elly, Eleonore Smythe or Eleonore "Loni" Nest was a German actor and teacher. Her children are called Stephen Smythe, Laura Smythe and Martin Smythe.

Loni Nest began her acting career in Berlin during the 1930s and later worked in Hamburg, Vienna, and Zurich. Despite her success in Europe, Nest decided to move to the United States in 1947 to pursue her career in Hollywood. She appeared in a variety of films and television shows, including "The Big Circus" (1959) and "Perry Mason" (1960).

In addition to her acting career, Nest was an accomplished teacher and founded the Actor's Workshop in Hollywood. She taught at the workshop for over 20 years and her students included famous actors such as William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Sally Kellerman.

Nest was married to the American producer William Smythe and they had three children together. She passed away in 1990 in Nice, France at the age of 75.

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Valerie Boothby

Valerie Boothby (October 18, 1906 Hamburg-April 14, 1982 Hamburg) was a German actor.

She began her acting career in the 1920s and went on to have a successful career in German theater, film, and television. Boothby appeared in over 60 films throughout her career, including "Münchhausen" (1943) and "Ludwig II" (1955), both directed by Austrian filmmaker Ernst Marischka. She also appeared in the popular German television series "Die fünfte Kolonne" (The Fifth Column) in the 1960s. In addition to acting, Boothby was also a talented dancer and choreographer, and worked as a choreographer for several productions in the 1930s. Despite her success as an actor and dancer, Boothby always remained true to her Hamburg roots, and continued to perform in local theaters in her hometown throughout her career.

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Alexa von Porembsky

Alexa von Porembsky (June 5, 1906 Sopron-August 18, 1981 Berlin) a.k.a. Alexa v. Porembska, Alexa v. Porembsky, Alexa von Porembski or Alexa von Poremski was a German actor.

She was born in Sopron, Hungary, and grew up bilingual in German and Hungarian. Von Porembsky began her acting career in Berlin in the late 1920s, performing in theaters and films. She appeared in over 40 films and worked with renowned filmmakers such as Max Ophüls and Fritz Lang. During the 1940s, she became a member of the Nazi Party and acted in films that promoted Nazi propaganda. After World War II, Von Porembsky was banned from acting for several years due to her association with the Nazi regime. She returned to the stage in the 1950s and continued to act in films and television until the early 1970s. In addition to acting, she also worked as a voice actress and dubbed foreign films into German. Alexa von Porembsky passed away in Berlin in 1981 at the age of 75.

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